How To Root Motorola Droid Maxx (Easiest Method)

Long battery life is probably the most important feature for a smartphone. After all, once your battery is dead, that expensive handset is just another hunk of plastic and metal. With Motorola’s new Droid Maxx, you’ll rarely worry about your device running out of battery power. Offering nearly 10 hours of juice, this is the second-longest-lasting smartphone we’ve ever tested. While many will think twice about the $299 price, the Droid Maxx has a lot more going for it than just endurance.

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How To Root Motorola Droid Maxx Easiest Method

Before You Begin:

  1. This method is tested & working on Motorola Droid Maxx Only.
  2. Windows Based PC or Laptop
  3. Download & Install Motorola Moto Droid Maxx USB Drivers in your PC , then connect you device to PC with USB cable and let him finish the USB drivers installation..
  4. Enable USB Debugging of your device.Click Here if you don’t know how to enable.
  5. Make a backup of your device’s data for safety.
  6. Make sure your device is charged 70% minimum.

Download Required Files:

  1. PwnMyMoto Root

How To Root Motorola Droid Maxx:

  1. Download Root App in your PC.
  2. Download ADB/Fastboot Drivers in your PC. Fastboot+ADB(20926)
  3. Extract Adb/Fastboot zip file on your desktop.
  4. Copy the downloaded Pwn Root App in Win32 folder of extracted ADB/Fastboot zip file.
  5. Connect your device to PC with USB Cable.
  6. Open the Win32 folder in PC.
  7. Press & Hold Shift key and press right click of mouse.
  8. A new option will appear in right click menu Open Command Window Here Click on it.
  9. Now a command window will appear on your desktop.
  10. Type adb install -r PwnMyMoto-1.4.3-Droid.apk and press enter.
  11. PwnMyMoto app will automatically installed in your device.
  12. Lauch PwnMyMoto app from App drawer.
  13. Your device will reboot 2-3 times automatically.
  14. At last PwnMyMoto app will uninstall itself.
  15. Now launch playstore and search for SuperSu and install it in your device.
  16. After SuperSu installation launch it and update its binary library.

Congrats!!! your device is rooted now:D

 

 

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  • ian Jul 12, 2015 at 11:42 AM

    Adb says error device offline. Waiting for device

    Reply
    • Shaurya Kharb Jul 15, 2015 at 2:55 AM

      ADB Drivers and USB Drivers are not installed properly. Please download and install appropriate drivers in your PC

      Reply
  • Brandon Apr 15, 2014 at 9:38 PM

    I command abd to install on my phone and it says waiting for device i have usb debugging enabled and phone on and running

    Reply
    • Sourya Kharb Apr 16, 2014 at 5:48 AM

      Maybe the USB Drivers are not instaaled correctly. Download and Install latest Drivers for Motorola Droid Maxx and then try again

      Reply
      • Brandon Apr 18, 2014 at 1:07 AM

        Thanks for your response,I have MotorolaDeviceManager_2.4.5 installed on my windows 8 PC. My Droid MAXX is running Android Version 4.4,System Version 19.5.3.

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        • Sourya Kharb Apr 18, 2014 at 2:56 AM

          Your Welcome 🙂
          Actually this method is working for Jellybean OS with Motorola Droid Maxx. Your device has Android 4.4.2 Kitkat which is not supported by this method. You should try this method for root access on Android 4.4.2. Kitkat.

          Reply
  • Denis Feb 1, 2014 at 8:24 PM

    This method is suitable for Droid Maxx DE?Or the DE feature? I just thought that DE should be easier

    Reply
    • Sourya Kharb Feb 2, 2014 at 2:55 AM

      Hello Denis,
      This method is tested on Droid Maxx only. Try at your own risk…

      Reply
  • Greg Reed Oct 12, 2013 at 8:00 PM

    I have the Droid Maxx Developer Edition with the unlockable bootloader, which I purchased directly from Motorola. There aren’t any custom ROM’s available for this device yet, so installing a custom recovery doesn’t seem like it would do me much good right now. But I definitely want to root my device, so that I can re-enable Wi-Fi tether (PdaNet+ and all the other non-root tether apps seem to be broken on this device) and gain more control over the device’s settings for my Tasker scripting.

    My question is this: Will obtaining and using the bootloader unlock code from Motorola (which doesn’t cost me anything but my warranty) be of any benefit in using this (or any other) exploit to root this device?

    Reply
    • Sourya Kharb Oct 13, 2013 at 7:12 AM

      Hey Greg
      Actually rooting of Android is mainly used for Installing Custom Rom…
      But their are many other benefits of Rooting
      Like Hack Paid Games and Paid Apps Easily, Overclock Processor , Many Apps need Root access, Delete of edit system files or apps..

      Reply